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  • Afghan President Ghani rejects Taliban prisoner release under U.S deal
  • Goldman steps up staff travel restrictions as coronavirus spreads
  • Thailand reports one new case of coronavirus, brings total to 34
  • Russia alarmed by U.S. Air Force visit to Norwegian island
  • Man convicted of killing British backpacker in New Zealand jailed for minimum 17 years
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul attack that killed 27: AMAQ
  • Germany's Kramp-Karrenbauer steps up CDU succession planning
  • Another 70 people test positive for coronavirus on ship in Japan
  • Germany reopens hate speech, gun law debates after shisha bar killings
  • More passengers to leave cruise ship in Cambodia after coronavirus tests
  • Japan PM Abe says to ask all schools to close for most of March
  • Hungary confirms third coronavirus case in man who returned from Milan
  • Australia should ease travel ban on foreigners from China: ambassador
  • Syrian army says it will respond to Turkish attacks
  • U.S. grants sanctions waiver to ease humanitarian aid to Iran
  • Moscow city: people ignoring coronavirus self-isolation rules could face prison
  • Bulgaria adds charges of illegal antique possession against fugitive tycoon
  • Syrian government plane downed in Idlib: Turkey's Anadolu agency
  • Hezbollah says it opposes IMF management of Lebanon crisis
  • Kenyan police killings in poor Nairobi districts continue: rights group
  • Another victim of coronavirus: Spain's religious statue-kissing
  • Indonesia to bring back citizens aboard World Dream cruise by naval ship
  • Bahrain reports two new cases of coronavirus, one a Saudi national
  • Dozens of Rohingya refugees missing, 15 confirmed dead after boat capsizes
  • 'Too early; to speak of pandemic, WHO says virus can be contained
  • China reports 889 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on mainland on Feb. 20
  • South Korea says coronavirus cases more than double, total now 433
  • Kuwait calls on citizens to avoid traveling over coronavirus concern
  • Taliban declines to mark Women's Day in Afghanistan
  • Iran says turnout in parliamentary election was 42%: TV
  • Russia's Lavrov, after Pompeo meeting, says felt more constructive U.S. approach
  • Another 67 people test positive for coronavirus on cruise ship in Japan
  • Abu Dhabi crown prince talks coronavirus cooperation with Bill Gates
  • France's Macron says 'intolerable' rights violations taking place in Cameroon
  • Solo lunches and masks: Chinese returning to work grapple with coronavirus
  • India set to dazzle Trump with pomp and circumstance as trade rows fester
  • Iraq death toll by coronavirus rises to three: state news agency
  • IMF says Lebanon requests technical help on economy, debt
  • Malaysia's Najib expects more conducive atmosphere for 1MDB trial
  • Now to end 'long suffering': South Sudan's former rebel leader sworn in as first vice president
  • Australia to use biosecurity law to restrict movements of coronavirus patients
  • Factbox: Who is WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange?
  • Kazakh opposition activist dies in detention, sparking protest
  • Trial of men accused in downing of MH17 to begin in Amsterdam
  • Ukraine's president fires chief of staff after reports of turf war
  • Trump to woo Indian executives during New Delhi visit
  • Indonesia to evacuate 74 people from coronavirus-affected ship off Japan
  • Coronavirus outbreak seen so far having 'marginal' impact on EU economy: sources
  • Cuba to deliver verdict in closely eyed dissident case next month
  • Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini immunity over migrant boat
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Greek soldiers killed two migrants on Monday
  • Russia orders woman back into coronavirus quarantine after escape
  • Japan urges firms to have staff work from home over coronavirus; soccer postponed
  • Vietnam quarantines rural community of 10,000 because of coronavirus
  • U.S. rejects U.N. database of companies in Israeli-controlled territories: Pompeo
  • Prosecutors quit as Justice Department seeks shorter sentence for Trump ally
  • WikiLeaks' Assange may seek asylum in France: lawyer
  • China reports 5,090 new coronavirus cases in mainland, 121 new deaths
  • Factbox: The Dalai Lama - ten facts about Tibet's spiritual leader
  • Grieving families in Philippine drugs war turn to theater for healing, therapy
  • Vatican officials investigating sex abuse cases to visit Mexico on 'zero tolerance' drive
  • Chinese regulator promises to help firms resume work amid virus outbreak
  • Gibraltar encouraged by Spanish 'pragmatism' on post-Brexit ties
  • Spanish police arrest former head of Mexico's state oil firm Pemex
  • Syrian father, protecting daughter from trauma, turns sounds of war into a game
  • American woman from cruise ship tests positive again for coronavirus in Malaysia
  • Australia to use biosecurity law to restrict movements of coronavirus patients
  • Chinese public dial in for support as coronavirus takes mental toll
  • Russia and Ukraine plan next prisoner swap in March: Kiev
  • Italian girl becomes Malta's first coronavirus case
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Syria talks with Russia unsatisfactory, offensive 'matter of time'
  • Pompeo sees inter-Afghan negotiations in coming days after U.S.-Taliban deal
  • France warns against handshakes as corona infections soar
  • In fire-hit rural Australia, climate debate burns deep
  • Britain to consider next steps on Heathrow expansion after court ruling
  • Coronavirus claims three more lives in Seattle-area as outbreak goes cross-country
  • Egypt reports first coronavirus fatality as German tourist dies
  • Vietnam's coronavirus cases jump to 29: health ministry
  • Israel adds five countries to coronavirus air travel restrictions
  • Ukraine constitutional court says scrapping old Supreme Court was unconstitutional
  • Russian spy agency played role in Berlin murder of Georgian man: Bellingcat
  • U.S. condemns detention of Venezuela opposition leader Guaido's uncle
  • EU in dilemma over Turkey, but says migrants must not be allowed in
  • Britain must stick to fair competition commitments: Luxembourg PM
  • Turkey looking to re-open northern Cyprus ghost town after 46 years
  • Iran's Khamenei says voting in parliamentary election 'a religious duty'
  • Taliban, Afghan forces clash on first day of violence reduction period
  • China to step up funding support for virus-hit regions
  • Malaysia's Anwar 'surprised' by announcement of king's decision over PM
  • U.S. Senate leader wants to pass coronavirus bill within two weeks
  • Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy allowed to proceed temporarily
  • Congo's irksome 'sheep-jumps' jam traffic, confound president
  • Spain reports first coronavirus death in Valencia
  • Angered by Trump's plan, Israel's Arabs look to oust Netanyahu
  • Canada very worried about railway protests, rules out sending in the police
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail to step up efforts to form a government
  • Austria says it will stop any migrants trying to rush its border
  • Leader of Merkel's conservatives to propose a successor on February 24: report
  • Arctic 'doomsday' food vault welcomes millionth seed variety
  • Syrian army confirms two of its war planes downed by Turkish jets